MATRIXSYNTH: An Interview with Doug Lynner

Friday, January 17, 2020

An Interview with Doug Lynner


You'll find the full interview at FREQ.org

"Doug Lynner started out as a keyboard and guitar player in psychedelic rock bands in California in the 1960s. Doug also teaches music composition and is known internationally for his modular synthesis performances and online tutorials. He was editor and publisher of Synapse magazine and currently helms the Neat Net Noise label. Doug improvises as Bloop Quack with R Duck on processed guitar, and the duo hosted a weekly live radio show, Bloop And Quack, on KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM in the Bay Area.

This interview accompanies his session for Philippe Petit‘s Modulisme platform as part of Freq‘s ongoing collaboration with the site."

Serge & Buchla systems pictured. According to Doug, the bottom is at California Institute of the Arts. "It is the Buchla 200 that was in the fabled Studio B-303."

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